Tsoknyi Rinpoche talks about how the most important thing in spiritual practice is motivation and the wish to free all beings from suffering.
Unsure about how to be both a Buddhist and a Jew, Michael Stroud talks with well-known Buddhists who have found it fulfilling to practice both dharma and the religion of their birth.
Sylvia Boorstein tries to reconcile her benevolent heart and her murderous thoughts about unrelenting woodpeckers.
There is a trio of activities that lead to enlightenment.
After a serious head injury, artist Caroline Douglas rebuilds her life in clay.
Philosopher Roger Pol-Droit devises everyday adventures that tickle and illuminate.
Real happiness is what we all want, but none of our strategies for finding it seem to work. Maybe it’s the search for happiness that makes us unhappy. John Tarrant has some thoughts on why the Buddha smiles.
A surprising conversation about being black and Buddhist in America with award-winning writer Charles Johnson, interviewed by John Malkin.